I know you didn’t. I replied to c.captain’s post.
I agree with you and I think they will do that if they were allowed to operate on a purely commercial basis.
As long as politicians and others try to stop foreign companies from operating in the US to develop what would be a very important new industry, there is little incentive for them to bring Americans across to train them.
When USA was the undisputed leaders in the offshore oil and gas industry they took advantage of the opportunities to establish operation around the world. At the same time, they hired locals who learnt the business and eventually could run the show by themselves.
It is called “transfer of knowledge and technology” and to the advantage of both parties.
By sitting on your high horse and think you have nothing to learn from others, you get to make all the expensive mistakes that others have already learnt from.
cchik001 & c.captain:
Calling everything that doesn’t tally with your view of the world 'anti-american" and everybody not agreeing with you “STOOPID” doesn’t help much in keeping an amicable thone in any discussion